Let’s talk about how a German city plans to host the homeless in futuristic pods. Also, why is it important that David Chappelle contracted COVID?
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Good morning, good afternoon or good evening, depending on when you are tuning in. My name is Jonathan Torres Herrera and you are watching or listening to The JTH Show today. Lets talk about how our Homeless in Germany, living in the future and what’s the big deal with Dave Chappelle contracting COVID but the first role, the intro.
All right, well thank you for joining us again for another episode, if you’re new here, we try to do these daily episodes. We’re Josh and I talk about what’s current and you know, happening in the world and what’s going on with news and hopefully anything and everything that matters to you as always, you can catch this episode at any of our other episodes on Spotify, Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, or radio public. So yeah, Josh, we have to start.
Yeah. Ready to start. We’ve had enough of the, the Joe Biden, Trump, I guess what, what, what do you want to call it? Saga or something like that. So let’s move on to something a bit different in this time. Shall we?
0 (1m 12s):
Yeah, yeah, yeah. Enough with the, with a trilogy saga or whatever that is, write that it is definitely for sure to be continued, but for now, and let’s move on to some other types of news and we’re going to start with an article out of the independent titled futuristic sleeping pods for Homeless HIPO installed in German city. Now here, you know, I, I think I’ve mentioned before, right? That this one hit a little bit to home or any in really any German news in the last few years, because I personally have a, a good buddy of mine who is from Germany. So I saw this article now, something else, by the way, the, you know, when I saw this article, that kinda also set off like a light bulb in my head is hold on, can this work in America?
0 (2m 1s):
Of course. Right? Which is where I am right now. I’m in, I’m in Texas, in the U S for anybody watching outside of the U S specifically where I’m, where I’m originally from, which is a San Diego, California, because as many people know, California has a massive homelessness problem, right? It’s a, it’s, it’s unfortunate, but it is something that’s a very real. Now going back to the article, it says windproof and waterproof sleep. Pods have ministered in the streets of a German city in order to house homeless, the wood and steel cabins, which can fit up to two people, protect against cold wind and humidity. They also guarantee fresh air circulations.
0 (2m 41s):
The pods were introduced to the city of loom 75 miles West of Munich on the 8th of January in parks and at other places where homeless people sleep, a city spokesperson said, now a couple of things, of course, right. That immediately come to mind. If I were to tell you, Hey, about, you know, lets what about what we do? You know, I don’t know if the sleeping pods for Homeless is, well, how big are they going to be? You know, what do they look like? And you know, they, you know, what are you going to be made out of? And as you heard right now, it’s apparently a steel and wood. And of course, what are we talking when we, when you say a pod or the article goes on to, to add to that, to ensure privacy, there are no cameras in the pods, but the openings of the doors, it triggers a motion sensor, which alerts social workers who checked on the pod, following it to use to ensure that it can be cleaned and also to provide assistance to anyone using a unique form of accommodation.
0 (3m 38s):
The pots right now, according to this are equipped with even solar and are connected to a radio network, allowing occupants to communicate without the dependency of a mobile network. What does that mean? Well, of course, again, because these are being installed due to a harsh weather conditions, right? Where a lot of people that are Homeless have to, you know, have to unfortunately sometimes sleep outside and it can be very dangerous. In fact, it can be deadly, right? Even in a somewhere, you know, again where I’m from, like San Diego, California, where relatively the weather is always like beautiful. It’s always like between a low, maybe 75 to upwards of 85, right? In most areas of the city, even then when, when the, when winter really hits San Diego, I have heard news growing up of people that were found on, on, on, on park benches, you know, that had passed away because again, really bad a weather conditions.
0 (4m 35s):
So I can only imagine in, in Germany, right. It could be, it’s probably worse. So what they’re saying here is, listen, that’s the primary reason. And of course, because there is such bad weather conditions. Sometimes we don’t want these people to maybe be snowed in as well. So we’re going to equip them with some kind of a communication system, right? So they can, then you say, Hey, I’m in this pot or I’m stuck in here or I need medical assistance. So all of that sounds great. In addition of a, the article says that the, these pods are called Omer <inaudible> and they can also host up to, to people. And our mainly for people that are unfortunately in a position where they cannot be housed and a normal, a homeless shelter, people with psychological problems or people with pets.
0 (5m 24s):
So it is of course not a hotel. So I don’t know that anybody would use these as, as a hotel. I can also not imagine that they’re going to smell the best, you know, which leads us down the road of like interesting smell. Well, what, what, what, what do these things smell like? Well, let’s, let’s consider some things, right? I don’t want to be harsh or, or sound like, you know, like, you know, the, the meaning of these individuals, but these, these individuals usually, right. Don’t have the best hygiene. At least the homeless people that I came across in my, you know, my city of San Diego, unfortunately, you know, they don’t, they don’t like to take showers regularly, you know, whether it, because they don’t want to, or maybe because they can’t, they don’t have access to a, you know, a way for them to regularly shower.
0 (6m 12s):
In addition, a lot of them are a big, big, big time smokers. I mean, big time and you know, where they get the money for those smokes. It’s a completely different question, but you know, they are definitely a big smokers. And well, I don’t know that these individuals are going to, I don’t know, not, you know, start, you know, piping down on some of these, you know, cigarettes inside of these pods. In addition to them being able to actually take a pen in there with them, if they probably don’t want to wear it as much, what do you think these animals smell like? Right. So those are some of the things that came to my mind immediately, of course, in addition to other problems, right? Like it can host up to, to people.
0 (6m 53s):
A lot of these individuals are sometimes, you know, I’m older, you know, they, they, they are actually in that, in that age group of elderly people that already have other other conditions and they unfortunately, you know, might pass away. And these pods, of course, you know, illicit stuff like, you know, doing drugs are performing sexual, you know, activity within these pods also came to mind. So Josh asked me earlier, right? What do you think Ryan and I, and I told him, listen, like with many things, have two different mindsets, one like many programs that exist out there in the world. Fantastic. I’m glad that they’re coming up with something to help those that need help.
0 (7m 34s):
Right. There are soup kitchens. There are already, again, I’m like the article says actual, you know, Homeless shelters that people can, you know, attend and they sleep and, you know, actual costs are something. And it just like those programs, this program here, I don’t know that it won’t, we won’t be abused in some fashion, right. With everything I just mentioned, but is this still something that they shouldn’t do? I don’t know. Again, I asked myself, should these be installed in somewhere, like where I’m from San Diego and you know, it’s something that I know that I want to decide on, but Josh, I mean, w what do you think being where you live now or where you’re from originally, that you think these pots were a farewell there?
2 (8m 21s):
It’s a tough one. I mean, I can absolutely see why and how this could actually work very well. If we could, if we could trust the society that we live in and trust people, to be honest and trust people, to actually use these as they meant to be used. Hell yeah. But of course we don’t live in this utopian society where that that’s possible with that in mind, I could completely understand why Germany would take the step, look at everything that’s going on with a world light with COVID, I’m sure these hostels now don’t allow, or at least half, or maybe only let in 30 to 40% of the people that they use to let in.
2 (9m 2s):
So having an individual pod, so people who actually hang out with each other will be able to stay together and not spread the virus and not stay in public. Show that, that makes complete sense. Is there a chance is going to be used for Alyssa activity? Of course there is in any society, whether it’s Mexico, whether it’s the us, whether it’s Germany, whether it’s the UK, whether its anywhere in the world, it it’s going to, there’s going to be a problem. You know, that there’s always going to be a problem. Not everyone in society is nearly, there is no utopian society, whether it is no homelessness or anything like that. But Germany being the humanitarian nation that it is, they are giving this, they are giving this Testa.
2 (9m 44s):
I’d like to see how it goes to them. I don’t think it will be seeing any of those on Airbnb anytime soon.
0 (9m 49s):
Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I agree right on, I don’t think we’re going to be seeing them, you know, next month rolled out, you know, worldwide or something. Where are you then even nationwide for Germany? Of course the, the, the, the article also added to that, you know, th these are for the last resort rise. So they’re definitely wants to encourage people to role out to these homeless shelters first. But if these Olmer NES, you know, they are a successful and they don’t pose any more risks than you normally, right. People dealing with, with homelessness already are dealing with, then it could actually be rolled out nationwide. When of course that is the big question. And the thing is one of those things that we just have to see, right?
0 (10m 29s):
We have to see how this is adapted into this small city in comparison, to rolling it out, to like a major, you know, city in Germany, and then seeing that, you know, how, how, you know, people there, you know, adopted, and then if maybe they can roll it out to maybe neighboring countries or something and see how they do it and slowly spread. Now, I will say that you are in San Diego, for instance, some of the crazy stuff that I’ve seen before when they roll out something that is supposed to be for the betterment of the Community, the betterment of people, something as simple as cleaner transportation. So in San Diego, they rolled out a bike program.
0 (11m 9s):
They rolled out a electric scooter program where it, yeah, you have to pay for it. Right. Cause it was provided by these private companies and they, man, I can not tell you how many times one, these ended up on the, on the, you know, the other side of the border or two, I would see them all around either piled up a throne on people’s yards or an The completely dismantled, like, you know, Oh, and by the way, this was a lot of it was done now by like, you know, by my teenagers, just, you know, I’m trying to cut the cost problems. No, no, no. A lot of these were essentially taken over by a homeless people. Right. They would somehow, you know, if it had like then the, on the bikes for instance, and they had a way for a locking mechanism to engage after someone paid for it in the time expired, those, you know, locking mechanisms were rigged, taken off destroyed so that the, the bikes, the wheels could keep turning, you know, and again, same thing happened with the scooters.
0 (12m 7s):
You know, the, the clearly there have tracking and clearly they are electrical. And somehow people, you know, specifically the homeless community found a way to rig them, you know, for their convenience to that, you know, so that they never have to either pay again for it or they never have to give it up. And I feel that that would be another big thing that might happen with these pods is people taking somehow ownership of it. Right? And of course, anyone can sit here and say, well, JT, you know, the cop can be called and you know, social services, but you have to think that that’s actually adding more work right. To police officers or to social workers, even in having to remove these individuals because they take ownership.
0 (12m 48s):
I mean, at least again, from where I’m from in San Diego, they’ll take ownerships of blocks, entire blocks and LA I’ve never been to, but in LA there is a, there is a road. I’m not sure if I’m confusing it with a skid road or what is called or a tent city, or I don’t know the name exactly. But in LA there is a massive area of LA of like these makeshift tents were Homeless have just completely occupied. Like, you know, freeway crossings are not free to get crossings about the, the over-crossing the overhead crossing. Like these bridges it’s completely overtaken or a car’s one’s drew by you, you can’t anymore. And what happens, you have police officers having to go out there and being called out regularly to break up fights between them to make sure that, Hey, you guys can be just a deprecating on the street and, and, and, you know, using it as your public restroom, it was a countless amount of problems right now.
0 (13m 43s):
You can imagine what, what happened and they roll out these pods. Well, again, why would a homeless man or a woman, you know, or, or a group that you just said earlier, right? Say, Hey, whatever, we don’t want to go to the shelter. Let’s take over this thing. Because remember people don’t sleep once, once in their lifetime or twice, they are at a regular thing, its a daily thing. So it’s like, Hey, I just want a pod, a competing cause applying to mine, competing with other right. People for that same pod. Yeah. I’m going to leave, but I’m really just going to sit outside. Right. Even if there is a locking mechanism or are people that go in and take them out, they are just going to sit down down there, you know, maybe a few feet away saying, Oh it’s nighttime.
0 (14m 26s):
Right. Good to go right back into the pod, essentially making it their own, you know, their own property almost. So I see the well intention behind this. I think it’s a good idea. Definitely is that that can work. I just don’t know how to get past all the number of problems I just mentioned.
2 (14m 43s):
You know? I mean, it’s, it’s really interesting as funny that you should say that. Cause now you’re saying I’m actually a guy in my mind work. And when you said is a lot of which are private companies in the U S which are providing those kinds of services. I feel like this, that they are implying in or that they’re replying in Germany is actually something that has come from the taxpayer. So I guess maybe that’s the difference in culture. You know what I mean? A lot of stuff in the States as well, the States is run by private companies. You know what I mean? This thing I feel may be a lot more in Europe. There is maybe more stuff which is run by taxpayers by the government, by, by the people it’s put it one way.
0 (15m 23s):
So, you know, you’re, you’re thinking is a, if it’s provided by the people, the taxpayers, of course you, you feel that maybe he has a better shot at succeeding than if it’s provided by a private company.
2 (15m 34s):
I think so. And that’s because people like, Oh shit, those are my taxes. Which paying for that. I better, I bet to be a bit more respectful. I don’t know that. That’s just, that’s just a theory.
0 (15m 45s):
Yeah. I mean, I think people are paying taxes. Should, are we sure? Would it be more respectful, respectful, excuse me, you have these pods. I don’t know that a Homeless that probably doesn’t I don’t know if that they do, maybe they do a pay in taxes would be right. But yeah. I mean I can see how I can see the thought process in saying if, if I buy something, you know, I, I usually take care of it or if I provide for something, right. I usually take care of it more than when it’s just like almost hand it to me by a private corporation. And I, you know, so I, I I’m, I’m at least I’m trying to get your you’re the thought process behind what you’re saying again? I think that unfortunately the, the homeless population has a, a, a major problem when it comes to dealing with mental health, which then sometimes is literally attached to substance abuse.
0 (16m 37s):
Right. And I think anybody can agree that it’s a dangerous combination right in, and if you give individuals like that, a private space, such as a pod, I don’t know that, that it will make things worse, but I definitely see your, your, your, your point on, on, hopefully it working again. Part of my brain says, poof, maybe it is, hopefully this works, man. You know, if it, for the betterment of people in a community and crossing my fingers, you know, a wishful thinking call it. But again, the more analytical side of my brain says, are you forgetting pretty much everything that I just mentioned, so. Right. Yeah.
0 (17m 17s):
All right. Well with that, let’s move on to the last story of today. And that is a coming out out of a, the consequence of sound.net. It’s really, you can find it on TMZ and you can find it in a whole bunch of the websites, but here are the article reads, Dave Chappelle test positive for coronavirus is a mid stand-up residency in Austin. So two days ago Chappelle was photograph backstage with Joe Rogan, Elan MAs, and Grimm’s who is Elon Musk’s partner. So why is it a headline? Why, why does it matter at all? Well, it, it, it for show me it won’t for some, it doesn’t because how many people will see it as a guy who are these people?
0 (18m 2s):
I don’t really know them, which is, you know, maybe not a large part of the population, but others will see it as, Oh, whatever man, other celebrities getting COVID. And in some, you know, my having an opinion like we do of course over it. And that is because we’re talking about people that are, are pretty big in their, in their social circles. Right. They are pretty big in circles of an example where DavidChappelle and the black community, right. He’s has been a very prominent for decades. Right. It’s not like David, Chappelle just came up. No, I mean, David, Chappelle has been on the scene, I think since the late eighties, maybe a, I know for sure, like in the nineties, cause he was a big in that one will be a doctor in a locked door talking to a little nutty professor, excuse me.
0 (18m 50s):
And you know, you’ve seen him in countless other movies. And recently he even did that. I think that it was like a monologue or something slash you know, a standup where he talked about George Floyd. He named it literally after the number of minutes and seconds, the, a knee was place, you know, by that a POS officer on George Floyd’s neck. So, you know, again, and then of course we’re going to go to someone like Elon Musk. I mean, do I need the same more, right. I think he recently became the most richest man in the world and then even Joe Rogan, right. Who has that massive, massive deal with Spotify who has been all over the news over the last, probably six months, two a year since he went over to Spotify because of, of different issues, right?
0 (19m 37s):
Not related to this, but again, people that are again, really, really big in their social circles. And here you have one of them that gets COVID, which in it of itself is not really a big deal. People have gone in COVID. And I think that people will continue to get COVID until it somehow we’re completely done with it. The problem is an example, the picture, which is what I think a lot of these media sources or a new sources are Our, you know, passing around in there saying you have a big names all together without a mask in a, you know, a comedy club, you know, where they’re all working, I guess. Right. I mean, not, you know, on Musk in, in his partner by certainly, you know, you have Chappelle and Joe Rogan, right?
0 (20m 23s):
Chappelle is there is a maniac and Rogan is there Ashley as a, as an opening act reporting act and you know, there’s this whole thing planned out where they we’re going to do on how many days, how many shows and the article mentioned, right. That people were doing, or the people managing the club we were doing to make sure that the club was safe, was a upon entry into the event. Attendees received a rapid COVID-19 antigen test. And we’re asked to wear a face max at all times. I’m the one thing that I hear it just personally speaking, you know, I don’t know. I feel like a face Palm moment was that instead of, you know, the usual little tables with, you know, two people, one person, and then there’s a whole bunch of them spread out.
0 (21m 10s):
The idea here was that they were going to only have people purchase entire tables okay. Of four, six or eight seats, which in my opinion, it’s still, it’s still a lot of people. I mean, this is, you’re talking about only maybe two to three tables. I don’t think it was two or three tables. I mean, these are massive people, you know, in, in terms of their popularity, right? Many people want to go see them. And I don’t think they are doing shows anymore for a couple of hundred dollars, right. There is not like this is the beginning of their career, right? Again, all these people here are worth millions. So even if its for the youth, for the love of the craft of, you know, doing comedy shows, I want to say that there are probably a dozen or so tables with, again, some of them seating or, or six or eight individuals.
0 (21m 60s):
I still think that’s a lot of people, even what that instant tests, which by the way, side note, Joe Rogan has said multiple times that he does to all of his guests, you know, when, when they’re going to attend a kind of like a live thing he does, right? Whether it be, you know, interviews on what they call them anymore. And listen, in one, one side you can say, well, Hey man, they are doing everything you could, it was just an unfortunate thing. Or Hey, like some people are saying by the way, maybe it was a huge Elon Musk’s, you know, a partner who by the way, was tested positive for COVID not too long ago. And I admitted they are openly on a, on a, a Instagram post, which Joe Rogan has come out and kind of defended her.
0 (22m 44s):
Right. So Joe Rogan has, is a Instagram posts or, you know, he posted the David Chappelle right from TMZ, Dave Chappelle test positive for COVID-19 cancels, TX as in Texas shows and commented on his own posts. You know what I’m saying? Edit it. You know, because people are asking, I was not exposed to the person who had COVID and have tested negative everyday this week. Also the person that gave COVID to Dave was not know the lawns partner at and then Grimm’s or Grimes is her as her at an Ana Instagram. So, you know, he’s, he’s definitely trying to, to say, Hey, I don’t, I don’t have it. I haven’t tested, you know, positive a it wasn’t Me you gave it to Dave.
0 (23m 28s):
And he is saying he doesn’t believe it was a, you know, at Grimes Elan’s partner because, you know, even though she tested positive, I think a month or two weeks ago or something like that, listen, my final thoughts on this is this. It sucks because Joe Rogan is one of those people that is by many. I’m going to admit that I’m one of them now, maybe not a crazy fan. You know, I’m not the biggest fan, but I, I definitely admire the work Dogan Rodo Rogan has done over the last, I don’t know, five, six years, which is when I started seeing him. I don’t know, he’s been around much longer. It sucks because he’s spoken about massive parties on his own show about other influencers and being irresponsible and then just random celebrities that have contract and COVID and usually he hasn’t put those people in the best light, even people that he has interviewed prior.
0 (24m 20s):
Right. He said, well, you know, it sucks, but you gotta be more careful. You got to do this, you know, always giving his like, I don’t know, like is Joe Rogan advice that usually comes from like this higher? I don’t know, thinking, you know, it’s a place in his mind, which is why, you know, a lot of people like him because he has a lot of common sense, but I feel like it failed him here. I don’t know. I don’t mean to be too overly aggressive, but man, you know how many people depend on all of you guys, right? In terms of have jobs, you know, I don’t think that his employees depend on him doing stand up. I think his employees both are Elan and Joe Rogan, at least the pen on actually their call it call it their daytime jobs.
0 (25m 2s):
Right. Joe Rogan with this podcast and Ilan, well pain, all his companies and for them to put themselves out there in situations where you can, you know, you increase the, the, the, the, you know, the, the potential of you getting COVID. I feel it gets a responsible, right. And again, there is a bias cause I liked the guy and I, and to be honest with you, I like Elon too, but I, I kinda feel personally let down here and just, you know,
2 (25m 29s):
Yeah. I mean, it, it’s a, it’s a tough one. I mean, when you look at the photo that, I mean, it, it was a pretty irresponsible thing to do. I mean, yeah. Take your photo. I mean, how many times have you done that as well during the pandemic where you’ve asked this, when you say, aye, seem to have this chip in my brain now, wherever there is like a group photo or something like that, or whenever I say hello to anybody or anything like that, I’m just like, is this a good idea? Yeah. Obviously, obviously it’s not, it’s not a good idea. I mean, like you say is like a lot of people do, do rely on these people to make a living, you know? And, and, and it, it, it does suck. I don’t know. I don’t wish any bad on any of those people, but it was kind of irresponsible of them.
2 (26m 13s):
I mean, these people making, you know, six to seven figures, maybe even eight figures in some people’s cases, but yeah. I mean, it means that that didn’t protect them from that.
0 (26m 23s):
You, you think that there are good, they’re going to go broke because you know, they couldn’t do this, you know, the, the, the, the, the common thing or whatever, David, Chappelle, I don’t know his financials. I know he’s been around for a long time, but I don’t know that he is a, as rich as obviously Elon Musk or for that matter, even Joe Rogan, you know, maybe he’s doing it because he, you know, he needs the, the, the gig money. But again, you have people like Elon Musk and Joe Rogan, who, I don’t know. I definitely don’t think he, you know, they do. And again, it’s, it’s all about what they have said it before. Now you learn, and by the way, in impart, I know I’ve, I’ve heard him either in interviews or maybe even on, on Twitter posts, downplay the, the, the virus a little bit downplay, like the, the, the facts or the numbers, which is okay, fine.
0 (27m 10s):
I mean, he’s not a naysayer. I shouldn’t, you know, I don’t want to give that impression. He hasn’t said, Oh, it’s not real. I know he’s, I don’t think he’s ever said of that, but I, it feels like some of his arguments have been like, well, you know, numbers are inflated. And, you know, there are certain people benefiting, which very well may be true again, Joe Rogan on the other hand has, has honored his Show, you know, kind of a clown a little bit on, on people that have contracted it specifically, those that are a celebrity’s right. And saying, you know, you kind of, you should know better, which is where I would say, you know, you know, Joe, you, should’ve known better. Like there’s only so many things you can prevent. Right. And if you know that, you know, you’re, you’re hanging out with someone that you kinda know their, their schedule.
0 (27m 52s):
They are not really going out. And you were, they’re being super careful and, and, and whatnot, great. They are safe. Here’s a problem. It’s everyone else has coming in to the club. It’s the fact that there is no, no actual science that can prove without announcing of a doubt that this virus, you know, it doesn’t travel further than the eight feet or six feet or whatever they’re mandated nowadays. Right. And when you have a, a room people where people are, by the way, are what laughing, you know, what are you potentially think is coming out? Even if you tell me JTH the ACA that their supposed to be wearing a mask and all the times.
0 (28m 32s):
Yeah. I know. That’s what they saying. A lot of places, what did I say? A couple of videos ago where someone’s like holding their shirt like this, or even, you know, they, they, they, they want to like lift it up just a little bit about their nose to breathe a little bit more breathing or a breather, you know, breathe something. That’s not their breath. So all of that are possibilities. Right. And again, those clubs usually are not, you know, the, the, the, the clubs that are maybe open air in a, in a concert or something, they usually in pretty close quarters. You know what I mean? And so, anyways, I mean, that’s just, it’s a little bit of a let down that tall, you know, the way I think a lot less of these individuals, not necessarily, I feel bad for them.
0 (29m 13s):
I wish all of them hopefully are a speedy recovery. If they all end up contracting, COVID certainly, David, Chappelle, who’s been confirmed, you know, that’s what, all of that. I will leave it again.
2 (29m 24s):
Yeah. Yeah. Well, the other things bear in mind as well, is like, I would probably imagine this being a club is probably going to be selling booze as well. You know? So people’s face mask, foot drink.
0 (29m 36s):
You would go to a point. Yeah. Really damn good. A point shit.
2 (29m 40s):
So we even consider that. Yeah.
0 (29m 42s):
2 (29m 43s):
I mean, I think so it is for the benefit of someone else, I guess I’m not necessarily saying it for the womb. I’m not necessarily saying its for the benefit of, of the figurehead, shall we say? Like whether the Elon Musks or Dave Chappelle’s that there’s other people like that venue is probably having serious financial problems right now. So they’re probably thinking that, you know, this event will, this event will help and they need it. They need the money because on a small businesses need the money.
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I, I agree. And I get what you were saying by the way I’m in, other than that Elon Musk I’m in the other two or are helping by, you know, maybe in your right by an appearance or something. Right. And in, in giving a business to the, to the club, Isaiah a other than Elon Musk, cause you know, the Musk and solve most, most peoples problems by sending a check and, and, and not feeling it moments after signing it. And he’s like, Oh, that’s okay, here we go. The interest I just made on everything else has paid for that, whatever. Right. But anyways, that’s besides the point. Yeah. I mean, again, I it’s one of those mixed emotions are these personally, right? By the way, someone that has unfortunately lost someone to COVID will disagree with me and say, are you fucking kidding me, JT, screw these rich people, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.
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And we’re bashing them and say, you know, they are the worst human being. So that’s why I’m saying it’s, it’s a mixed bag. Right. Because I too have critiqued the rich and powerful diamond time. And again, and of course I already owned up to my bias here. You know, I have this bias where I like these, these guys and it’s like, you let me down, man. You let me down.
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Yeah. It really does suck. But there you go
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